With the government’s furlough scheme ending on 31 October and the end of mortgage, loan and credit card payment holidays, many local people are becoming increasingly worried about paying bills, potential redundancy, reduced working hours, keeping their home and what the long-term impact of the pandemic will have on finances.
The Let’s Talk Money service has been launched to help residents in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. It is a collaboration between BCP Council, BCP Homeless Partnership, Citizen’s Advice Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole and representatives of businesses, charities, faith groups, education and health services.
Zoe Bradley, chief executive for Citizens Advice Bournemouth Christchurch & Poole said, “It’s never too late to get in touch with us – but acting early can help. We know that money worries can have an impact on every aspect of your life and wellbeing. Let’s Talk Money encourages people who are facing any financial problems to call or message us as soon as possible.”
Call 01202 985104 (Mon – Fri / 10am – 4pm)
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